James Harden in Hong Kong, Taiwan.
Last summer, the Houston Rockets' aggressive offseason landed them one of the game's hottest commodities in Asian sensation Jeremy Lin.
The Houston Rockets are really planning to make a big offseason splash as they try to pursue Chris Paul and Dwight Howard when these two high-profile free-agents hits the market, a source close to situation reported on Monday.
The second version of the Dwight Howard saga is about a month away from officially starting with the July 1 NBA free agency kickoff looming, but the buzz is already beginning to spread that maybe-just maybe-the Los Angeles Lakers' dominant center might take his talents to Houston.
If there was any team to look forward to in the coming years-aside from the Miami Heat-it would be the Houston Rockets.
All in all, Jeremy Lin's 2012-13 NBA season as a Houston Rocket was pretty much a rollercoaster.
After missing the last two games due to a chest injury, Jeremy Lin will be back on the court Friday when the Houston Rockets take on the Oklahoma City Thunder in the critical Game 6 of their first round NBA Playoffs series.
All is not well in Jeremy Lin's world these days.
In sports, opportunity created by injury is a two-way street; it can work for you and it can work against you sometimes.
This probably wasn't the playoff debut that Jeremy Lin or his fans had in mind.
Fans of Jeremy Lin will have to wait and see Saturday night to see if the popular NBA star takes the court for the Houston Rockets as they prepare to play the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 3 of the NBA Playoffs first round series.
So far, Jeremy Lin's first foray into the grueling world of the NBA Playoffs hasn't been great.
An MRI done on Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin revealed that the fan favorite NBA player suffered a bruised chest muscle, but X-rays are negative as he is listed day-to-day.
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook each scored 29 points as the Oklahoma City Thunder eked out a 105-102 victory over the Houston Rockets in Game 2 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series at Chesapeake Energy Arena on Wednesday.
Jeremy Lin went down with an injury as the Houston Rockets came up just short, dropping Game 2 to the Oklahoma City Thunder 105-102, letting the Thunder take a 2-0 lead in the best of seven series.